Coast Guard cutter towing disabled fishing boat

BOSTON (D1 Public Affairs) – A Coast Guard cutter is towing a Portland, Maine, fishing vessel with four people aboard that became disabled and adrift about 60 miles southeast of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, around 12 a.m., Sunday.

The Coast Guard Cutter Dependable, from Cape May, N.J., is currently towing the 44-foot vessel, Maria and Dorothy, and is planning to pass the tow to a boat from Coast Guard Station South Portland when they arrive outside of Portland Harbor later tonight.

From there, the station boat is planning to tow the Maria and Dorothy to a pier in South Portland.

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